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Deer Skin

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The natural, single-protein DEER SKIN strips provide long chewing fun and support clean teeth. They are low in fat and rich in protein. They are amazingly easy to digest and extremely popular. Mehr ErfahrenRead more
  • gently air-dried
  • low-fat
  • supports clean teeth
  • single protein

 10.90

In stock

Volume: 
200 g

incl. VAT

 54.50 / kg

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DEER SKIN is a natural, aromatic chew and the ideal addition to a healthy diet.
With its harder consistency, DEER SKIN offers yummy chewing fun and keeps dogs busy during boring times. Chewing is said to support clean teeth and reduce the formation of tartar. Above all, chewing relaxes the jaw muscles and helps to reduce stress. Delicious relaxation training for puppies and nervous dogs.
True to our principles, DEER SKIN is free from flavourings, colourings, and preservatives and without sugar – natural chewing fun in trusted LILA LOVES IT quality.

Composition: 100 % skin from roe deer. Hypoallergenic, high quality, tasty, very digestible and easy to digest.

Analytical components: Crude protein: 81.1 %, Crude oils and fats: 5.8 %, Crude ash: 1.7 %

Good to know

Chewing relaxes the jaw and thus demonstrably promotes the reduction of stress! Especially in unfamiliar and unloved situations, chewing snacks support our dogs’ well-being. Whether in the office, in the café or when travelling – responsible people always have a chewing snack on hand for their beloved fur noses.
Depending on the size of the dog, up to 1 piece per day. Please always provide enough fresh drinking water.

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